Bob and Mary Carlson’s Bainbridge Island home originally was a 1930s-era cabin. Architect Tom Kundig remodeled it in the early 1980s, and now architect Tom Kuniholm has done a major remodel that expands and updates “many of those aesthetic cues,” he says. Bob Grimm was the builder for the remodel (Bob Carlson did a lot of hands-on work himself, and Mary Carlson handled interior design).  (Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times)
Bob and Mary Carlson's Bainbridge Island home originally was a 1930s-era cabin. Architect Tom Kundig remodeled it in the early 1980s, and now architect Tom Kuniholm has done a major remodel that expands and updates "many of those aesthetic cues," he says. Bob Grimm was the builder for the remodel (Bob Carlson did a lot of hands-on work himself, and Mary Carlson handled interior design). (Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times)
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